Cover image for illustrative purposes only\nSo many things are happening in the world of sports right now. If you find yourself struggling to keep up, we got your back. For instance, New York Giants' Golden Tate just showed off his Miami Heat cleats, and they are stunning.\nWide Receiver Golden Tate made his debut for the New York Giants this weekend. Unfortunately for him and the greater tri-state area, it was a bittersweet coming out party. Let's just say the game did not go as he expected. While the 31-year-old had a forgettable performance on Sunday's loss to the Vikings, he still made headlines before he even stepped on the field.\nImages surfaced of the cleats that Tate would wear during his Giants debut. While the wide receiver was born in Tennessee and plays for New York, he looked to some former legends from Miami for some debut inspiration. Tate was ready to rock some shoes with one of the most iconic Miami Heat images of all time and the Internet was loving it.\nView this post on Instagram “Ain't that like LeBron James? Ain't that just like D-Wade?” @showtimetate is back tomm against my Vikings and he asked me to create something special. Went with the iconic photo of @kingjames and @dwyanewade. Welcome back GT, i hope you get 100 yards and a TD and the Vikings win by 1 😂 #handpainted #brkicks #complexkicks #giants #angelusdirect A post shared by Mache (@mache275) on Oct 5, 2019 at 11:04am PDT\nNowadays it is becoming more and more common for athletes to personalize their shoes/cleats as much as possible. While the hype around LeBron Jame's new shoes is huge, you better believe the former Miami Heat legend will be scribbling his family members' names all over them com gameday. It has been his MO for the last few seasons.\nView this post on Instagram Thanos kick game 💧 👿😈👾☔️🎆 #jamesgang👑 A post shared by LeBron James (@kingjames) on Oct 25, 2018 at 2:40pm PDT\nCall it a fad, but some players really take it seriously. Golden Tate went a very different route.\nWe have discussed how this epic play between Dwyane Wade and LeBron James has become one of the most legendary photos in NBA history. Golden Tate seems to fully agree and he decided to add it to NFL history. Or at least he tried (again, they lost)...\nTate paired the legendary alley-oop photo with some legendary rhymes to match.\nTate recruited the artist/designer Mache to make some beautiful custom cleats for his big day. The result was a hand-painted spitting image drawing of that alley-oop on one foot and lyrics from Jay-Z and Kanye West's collaboration album Watch The Throne on the other foot.\nView this post on Instagram “Ain't that like LeBron James? Ain't that just like D-Wade?” @showtimetate is back tomm against my Vikings and he asked me to create something special. Went with the iconic photo of @kingjames and @dwyanewade. Welcome back GT, i hope you get 100 yards and a TD and the Vikings win by 1 😂 #handpainted #brkicks #complexkicks #giants #angelusdirect A post shared by Mache (@mache275) on Oct 5, 2019 at 11:04am PDT\nTate must have loved that era in basketball and decided that he'd like to look down and harken back to those glorious years in Miami so he could feel appropriately inspired.\nFans immediately recognized the lyrics.\nGotta Have it from Watch the Throne.— Henry Solomon Tucker (@HenrySolomonTu2) October 6, 2019\nWhile the day may not have panned out the way he thought it would, we hope Tate and Mache keep up the good work on the footwear.